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Tsugaru Nobuhira

Tsugaru Nobuhira (津軽 信枚, May 9, 1586 – February 14, 1631) was the second daimyō of Hirosaki Domain in northern Mutsu Province, Honshū, Japan (modern-day Aomori Prefecture).

Choso-ji is Horisaki's second most important temple and as such is worthy of your consideration. Choso-ji was built in 1629 by the second Lord Nobuhira. Located in a unique district of Hirosaki...

Hirosaki Castle Park in Aomori - Zooming Japan
Hirosaki Castle in Aomori Prefecture is one of the most popular cherry blossom viewing spots in Tohoku with moats filled with cherry blossoms.
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Principle Japanese Domains to 1871 - World Statesmen
Note: During the end of the Heian Period (794-1185) and in the Kamakura Period (1185-1333) a daimyo, lord or literally "great ...
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Note de sylv1,adm. Cet article devrait intérésser un certain nombre d’entre -vous dont , era ,corinne et kakice internautes assidus à ce site .Par la même, je ...
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Kirishitan - Wikipedia
The Japanese term Kirishitan (吉利支丹, 切支丹, キリシタン, きりしたん), from Portuguese cristão (cf. Kristang), referred to Roman Catholic ...
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Swastika – Wikipedia
Eine Swastika (auch Svastika, Suastika; von Sanskrit m. स्वस्तिक svastika ‚Glücksbringer‘) ist ein Kreuz mit vier etwa gleich langen, einheitlich ...
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